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    Alfonso XII [a] (Alfonso Francisco de Asís Fernando Pío Juan María de la Concepción Gregorio Pelayo de Borbón y Borbón; 28 November 1857 – 25 November 1885), also known as El Pacificador (Spanish: the Peacemaker ), was King of Spain from 29 December 1874 to his death in 1885.

  2. Alfonso XII, Spanish king whose short reign (1874–85) gave rise to hopes for a stable constitutional monarchy in Spain. The eldest surviving son of Queen Isabella II and, presumably, her consort, the duque de Cádiz, Alfonso accompanied his mother into exile following her deposition by the

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  3. Powerful Facts About Alfonso XII of Spain, The Mastermind King Alfonso was born into one of the most powerful royal families in the world. It seemed that he was set on a comfortable path to the Crown, but he had just as many enemies as allies—if not more.

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    Early life and education Alfonso XIII as a cadet; by Manuel García Hispaleto Alfonso XIII was born at the Royal Palace of Madrid on 17 May 1886. He was the posthumous son of Alfonso XII of Spain, who had died in November 1885, and became king upon his birth.

  5. King Alfonso XII successfully restored stability after years of political upheaval and turmoil. However, this stability was often maintained through repression and the silencing of genuine opposition. Economic struggles: During the Restoration, Spain faced economic difficulties such as high unemployment and inflation.

  6. Jun 11, 2018 · Alfonso XIII (1886-1941) was king of Spain from 1886 to 1931. His troubled reign was characterized by violent class conflict, political instability, and dictatorship. Alfonso was born in Madrid on May 17, 1886, 6 months after the death of his father, King Alfonso XII.

  7. Alfonso XIII, Spanish king (1902–31) who by authorizing a military dictatorship hastened his own deposition by advocates of the Second Republic. The posthumous son of Alfonso XII, Alfonso XIII was immediately proclaimed king under the regency of his mother, María Cristina. Although lively and

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